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 Miniature Poodle

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Ash's-Mystical Poodles
Member Since: May 2008
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
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Drop dead gorgeous Poodles in all 3 sizes (Standard, Miniature, & Toy) bred not only for beauty but health & temperment are first. Genetic testing, various colors. All pups come with up to date shots, groomed, micro-chipped, travel / training kennel, vet records, AKC registered, and a genetic health...

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Anonymous asked:

1/29/2013 8:52:44 PM

1/29/2013 8:52:44 PM

At what age can a poodle puppy be seperated from his mom

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Anonymous

30-45 days old
6/17/2013 12:42:23 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/12/2012 1:14:41 PM

10/12/2012 1:14:41 PM

I have two puppies that were sold to me . I was wondering what type of Breed they are . I was... I have two puppies that were sold to me . I was wondering what type of Breed they are . I was told they were miniature poodles but took them to the vet and I forgot to ask. they had told me they were maltese miniature poodles . How would I know , or how could I tell what breed they really are? plz let me know

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Anonymous

The only way to know if your dog is a pure-bred or what breeds make up your dog is to have your dog DNA tested. You can buy them online or at your vet for an average cost of $45.00 - $85.00.
7/15/2014 5:05:18 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/10/2012 2:36:34 AM

10/10/2012 2:36:34 AM

My miniature poodle is pregnant by my toy poodle. and its her first time getting pregnant, and... My miniature poodle is pregnant by my toy poodle. and its her first time getting pregnant, and my first time experiencing this. im scared and exited.. today she is 53 days pregnant, can someone please give me some tips on what i should do to get ready for our big day.... i would really appreciate it... thanks so much..

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Anonymous

Unless you are under the study of a reputable and experienced breeder, you should NOT be birthing the puppies by yourself. You NEED someone experienced there, such as a breeder or vet. Please have your dog C-sectioned if you can not have a vet present throughout the birth. Birthing puppies is very dangerous and you are risking the lives of those puppies and your dam if you do not do everything right. At Day 55 - 57, you need to do an X-ray with your vet!
7/15/2014 5:06:41 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/7/2012 7:55:21 PM

10/7/2012 7:55:21 PM

My minature poodle is a rescued dog of 21/2-3yrs according to the shelter. She is a great dog,... My minature poodle is a rescued dog of 21/2-3yrs according to the shelter. She is a great dog, however, I am concerned that she is not energetic. We have had her for about 10 weeks. We walk her twice a day for about 30 minutes. She eats well but, otherwise she mostly sleeps. She refuses to fetch or be engaged for play. But, does enjoy affection. Should I be concerned?

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Anonymous

Your vet is the only one that can help you in this situation.
7/15/2014 5:14:24 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/13/2012 4:39:46 AM

8/13/2012 4:39:46 AM

How to stop a poodle from licking his foot (I understand it is his pacifier)

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Anonymous

Just love him and enjoy him. All dogs do things different. I had a schnauzer I had for 11 years and we had to let him go. And we have the funny memeroies with him and the scarry ones. Just love and care for him. Good luck on your dog. He knows who you are and he loves you as much as you love him
10/28/2012 2:13:14 AM

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SOMETIMES this is, indeed, a "stress reliever", but far more often, foot lickingis an indication of allergies. If your dog also sufferes chronic ear irritation or itching, odds are, he/she has allergies. Allergies are extemely difficult to treat as testing to pinpoint specific ones is expensive. It would likely be easiest to start with the assumption that your dog has a food allergy. Chicken, Beef and grain glutens are the most common. Try eliminating these, one at a time, from your dog's diet. Be patient, it may take weeks/months for you to notice any difference, but be vigilant. No treats etc. containing whichever product you are eliminating from the diet. If the problem IS stress related, try to offer your dog a variety of chew toys. Many dogs chew as a "stress reliver" but may become bored with the same old chew toy. Hope this is helpful.
2/3/2013 9:12:27 AM

Anonymous asked:

7/10/2012 7:34:52 PM

7/10/2012 7:34:52 PM

Would a female or a male poodle have a better temperment? I'm just not sure.

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I've always had female poodles. It's kinda like a guy once told me about his dog (which by the way was a Boston Terrier) said "males dogs whiz too much". I know it all goes back to their "marking their territory" and even my female does it "OUTSIDE", but I somehow feel a male dog would do it inside. Although, my mothers dog is male (a wire haired Dauschaund) and he doesn't mark his territory inside, then again...the only other dog that ever goes in there is my poodle, and she doesn't mark in the house either. Somehow, I have the feeling, if another dog came into the house and "marked", then a male dog would feel compelled to leave a marking of his own. I'm not sure, if neutering makes a difference or not.
9/23/2012 8:54:33 PM

Anonymous

I believe it really depends on the individual dog. I had female poodles all my life until Reilly came into my life. I was under the impression that male dogs weren't as loving and close as female dogs but it couldn't have been more wrong with Reilly. He protected me, comforted me, stayed by my side and did things to make me laugh when I was sad. He learned how to signal me when he sensed a flare in my illness. He was my best friend. While I have two females as well and love them with all my heart.. nothing could replace Reilly. We lost him on Dec 8th of this year due to congestive heart failure and I feel like there is a piece of my heart that died with him. My suggestion is to spend a little time with the litter of puppies and let your heart tell you which one is best for you...not what sex the dog is.
12/31/2012 5:27:34 PM

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4/8/2012 7:42:22 PM

4/8/2012 7:42:22 PM

i have a poodle i have not taken her to the doc yet but her tits are big and full, could she be... i have a poodle i have not taken her to the doc yet but her tits are big and full, could she be with puppy? some body said it could be heart worms, but i hope not.

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Anonymous asked:

3/16/2012 10:44:11 PM

3/16/2012 10:44:11 PM

at what age do miniture poodles start their period?

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Mine started before she turned a year old. I took her and had her spayed, before her second cycle of going into heat. I did not want to take any chances of her becoming pregnant with puppies, that I could not take care of or give away (or sell).
9/23/2012 8:56:01 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/22/2012 7:47:05 PM

2/22/2012 7:47:05 PM

How do i get my poodles to stop eating there own poop

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Anonymous

The last two dogs I had did this. One was a schipperke and the last one was a pug. Very frustrating! We gave our pug pills that were supposed to stop it but they didn't work. We finally just walked him twice a day to keep him from doing it.
4/28/2012 1:44:33 AM

Anonymous

Put some cayenne pepper on the poop, that should cure her problem.
7/24/2012 3:12:09 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/2/2012 3:17:49 PM

1/2/2012 3:17:49 PM

WHY IS MY POODLE A FUSSY EATER ? HE'S 2YRS. OLD AND HAS ALWAYS BEEN THIS WAY. HE WAITS TILL I... WHY IS MY POODLE A FUSSY EATER ? HE'S 2YRS. OLD AND HAS ALWAYS BEEN THIS WAY. HE WAITS TILL I EAT, THEN HE WANTS TO EAT WHAT IM HAVING! (PLEASE HELP)

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Anonymous

it's not that he's being picky as much as he views you as pack leader and in a pack the leader eats first then the others get a share. what you can do is offer him his food at your meal times and not give him any of your food. it's hard to resist the face he'll give you but you have to and it may take a while for him to get the clue as he's been doing this for so long.
1/8/2012 8:29:32 PM

Anonymous

I had (well I still have) the same problem. And everything the previous reply said is true. I think, they really wait to see when we eat then it's okay that they go ahead and eat too. And of course, she wants what I'm eating. Best way to prevent it, is never feed them what you eat. But I just can't help it, she stands there and stares at me, then shifts from foot to foot, as if her feet are waiting while she's waiting for me to "give her some of what I'm having". So it's kinda my fault, but she only eats one brand of dog food, and I know she must get tired of it, so I can't help it.
9/23/2012 8:59:12 PM

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